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good morning. >> good morning. temperatures today starting in the 40s and 50s, so grab a jacket as you head out the door. although in the afternoon, possibly won't need it with temperatures pushing into the mid-70s. look at that beautiful picture of cape may, just gorgeous. it's a beautiful start to your monday, just on the cooler side of things. and these fall-like temperatures are going to settle in for us as we head into the rest of the week. 53 degrees in philadelphia this morning. humidity's at 77%. wind speeds out of the north 6 miles per hour. in the poconos, the high today 64 degrees. the city will warm into the mid-70s. if you're closer to the shore, 72 will be the high today. i'll let you know how long these fall-like temperatures will stick around in my first alert seven-day forecast. but for now, we'll check in with katy for a closer look at traffic. good morning. >> good morning, brittney. it's been a pretty uneventful morning on the roads, good news for drivers. a look at 76 near passyunk avenue. traffic volume is picking up a bit, but it is not accounting for any issues out there. we are following an accident in montgomery county, in pennsburg, pottstown avenue, which is route
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663, between seminary street and oak road. there's an accident there, so it's closed. an alternate around that is 8th street or church road. there is also a heads-up for drivers on the northeast extension southbound. if you're getting on the off-ramp to lansdale, there's tire debris that's in the ramp. this just came into our system. so, be aware of that. the ramp is not closed, just go around the tire debris. also, in the lehigh valley, it's looking clear and good. 78 right at lehigh street, 309 and 22 up in the lehigh valley are looking good as well. and we have breaking news this morning. more heartache for a family grieving the murder of a pregnant mom killed in a drive-by in the frankford neighborhood. the baby that was delivered by c-section has also died this morning. we just learned that information. and nbc 10's matt delucia is live outside temple university hospital where the baby was being treated. matt, what are police telling you this morning? >> reporter: well, vai, police are still investigating, and officials here at temple
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university hospital confirmed that baby boy died overnight. doctors, as you mentioned, have performed an emergency c-section in an attempt to save that baby's life. and up until now, neighbors have been remembering that baby's mother. flowers and candles mark the spot where 26-year-old megan doto was shot yesterday near the corner of adams avenue and griscom street. she was shot in the face. an innocent victim, according to police. and they tell us that someone fired several shots down the street, adding that a man close to where doto was sitting may have been the intended target. now, doto was rushed here to temple university hospital, eight months pregnant, and doctors made the decision to rescue the unborn child, but doto died shortly thereafter. and now that there is a second victim, neighbors in the frankford section are anxious for an arrest. >> she was getting her life back together, okay, and she had very high hopes for the future. >> i walk over, i saw her lay down bleeding. i turned back because, you know,
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i couldn't do nothing. >> reporter: and police this morning are still searching for the shooter or shoot eers and t suspect vehicle, believed to be a light-colored impala or crown vic torah. detectives this morning are also trying to pinpoint an exact motive for the shooting, trying to determine why these now two innocent people had to die. live at temple university hospital, matt delucia, nbc 10 news. new from overnight, about a dozen people are homeless this morning after a fire tore through a row home. this all started around 11:00 last night on rosalie street in philadelphia's lawncrest neighborhood. the fire was contained to the second floor. everyone did make it out safely. investigators are now looking into what caused this fire. the pennsylvania state trooper injured in that ambush that took the life of his fellow trooper is now conscious and talking. corporal bryon dickson was killed in the shooting outside the state police barracks in pike county late friday night. trooper alex douglass underwent
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surgery last night and is said to be alert and talking. the officers were ambushed as one of them was leaving the barrack and another was arriving. the parking lot of a local church is now a mobile command center for state police. they are still searching for the person or people responsible. over the weekend, the reward in the case grew to $50,000. and we are hearing the just-released 911 calls by the paramedics over the scene in a helicopter. >> under fire! we're moving the landing zone to the middle school! >> received, reports you're under fire. >> now, state police say that's the communication between a medical chopper looking for a landing zone and pike county 911. they now say the helicopter was not taking fire and that has been a source of confusion. authorities in south jersey are trying to track down two inmates who escaped from a detention center over the weekend. 18-year-old hakeem walls and 20-year-old jermaine jackson got away from a cumberland county
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juvenile detention center in hopewell township saturday night. officials say the two men and a juvenile overpowered a guard and ran away. the juvenile was picked up by police a short time later, but walls and jackson are still on the loose. it is 6:05. happening today in philadelphia, the theft trial is scheduled to begin for governor tom corbett's former son-in-law. gerald gibson is a former philadelphia narcotics officer. he's accused of stealing money in an fbi sting and then not turning it over until the agency confronted him. gibson is the former husband of governor corbett's daughter, katherine. in delaware county, a former deacon and sunday school teacher scheduled to be sentenced on child porn charges. steven allman was arrested last year after detectives say they found dozens of child porn videos on his home computer. he pleaded guilty in june. allman was a deacon at middletown presbyterian church in media. also happening today, a hearing will begin in new york city to determine if a videotaped confession in the murder of a boy back in 1979 can
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be used at trial. ant his body has never been found. a man was charged two years after he confessed but then pleaded not guilty. the suspect's lawyer claims his client lacks the mental ability to understand his rights, and the hearing is expected to last several weeks. the search continues this morning for a hit-and-run driver who left two delaware teens in critical condition. wilmington police say the boys were riding dirt bikes when they collided with an suv at the intersection of "a" and townsend streets yesterday. the driver took off from the scene. >> i was frightened for the kids. then to be told that somebody hit them and kept going, it's crazy. it's pathetic, you know. and i hope they have some kind of compassion and just go turn themselves in and do the right thing. >> police are looking for a black or dark blue suv, similar to a chevy tahoe or perhaps a
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gmc yukon with damage on the right-front side. and happening today, new jersey governor chris christie will meet with new york governor andrew cuomo, new york city mayor bill de blasio and the department of homeland security. it's all part of an effort to make the new jersey/new york region safer. numerous law enforcement agencies will be involved in the day-long meeting in new york and we'll let you know what comes of that meeting. it is 6:07. also today, supporters of medical marijuana in pennsylvania will hold a rally in harrisburg. the group will be pushing for action on the medical marijuana bill at the state capitol building. lawmakers have said the proposal does have broad support in the senate and a decision will soon be made if they will move forward on a full vote. happening today in harrisburg, the taney dragons little league team will be honored at the pennsylvania state capitol. the team will be recognized on the house floor this afternoon. taney had the great run in the little league world series last month. star pitcher mo'ne davis went on to make numerous tv appearances
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and the dragons were named team of the year by the philadelphia sportswriter association. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> good morning. here's a live look outside at cape may. take a look at how gorgeous that sunrise is. as we head into the rest of your morning, it still going to be a cool start. temperatures ranging between the 40s and 50s this morning. and here's a live look as the sun is coming up over citizens bank park. a cool start on your monday. sunny skies expected for us. so, a nice day on tap. fall-like temperatures will continue throughout most of your workweek. and in philadelphia right now, we're at 53 degrees. our humidity's at 77%. light wind speeds out of the north at 6 miles per hour. and through the rest of our area, it's a chilly 39 degrees in the poconos. 43 in allentown, 45 in pottstown, 53 degrees in philadelphia, 49 in wilmington, 46 in millville. a little bit warmer in dover at 52 degrees, but still a cool and crisp start to the morning. our average for this time of year in this final week of
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summer is 79 degrees, and instead we'll be below the average at 75 on your monday. same thing heading into tuesday, in the mid-70s. and then our radar shot shows quiet conditions right now. our clouds will continue to increase as we head into our overnight hours. so, not during the day today. mostly sunny skies. but you'll notice early tomorrow morning, the clouds are going to increase and our chance of showers right around 6:00 a.m. for the poconos, allentown, parts of the lehigh valley, stretching into reading, even right along parts of south jersey. so, a change between this morning and what we'll see tomorrow morning in the way of clouds and a chance of showers. but your bus stop forecast shows that we'll see a cool start to the morning here. temperatures ranging between 49 and 55 degrees. and today's range between 73 and 76. a cool start, but mostly sunny skies. i'll have your seven-day forecast coming up. almost 6:10 this morning. we've had an accident, we've got debris on the northeast extension, all kinds of things to keep you alert of.
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>> let's get an update from first alert traffic reporter katy zachry. bhar you seeing now? >> not a ton of things happening, but enough to keep drivers on their toes. fortunately for the majors in our area, this is a live look at 476 near route 30. it's looking free and clear of any issues, and that's pretty much the same for all of our major roadways in pennsylvania, new jersey and delaware. we're having some smaller issues, too, to tell you about in montgomery county. this is in pennsburg, pottstown avenue, route 663 is closed between seminary street and oak road for an accident. an alternate around that is 8th street or church road. and not too far from that, this is new into our system in marlboro. upper ridge road is closed right near ziegler road. we understand there was a horse that was struck. so, it sounds like it's going to be out there, the scene is going to be out there for quite some time. we're hearing motorists should avoid that area. now, taking a look at 495 southbound at terminal avenue, which is exit 2. an accident just happened there, but fortunately, it's been moved over to the shoulder and no delays around that to tell you
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about. ten minutes after 6:00. tackling philadelphia's school budget. the education of 130,000 city students all depends on what state lawmakers decide to do. we'll get the latest on what's happening this week that could affect your child's school. and no end in sight. fast-moving wildfires force hundreds of people to evacuate in three separate california wildfires.
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at about 6:15, the breaking news we've been following all morning, the baby delivered by c-section after its mother was shot to death yesterday died in the hospital overnight. megan doto was eight months pregnant when she was shot outside her home in frankford. she was rushed to temple university hospital where the baby was delivered but was in critical condition. this morning, we confirm that the baby has passed away. police are looking for the
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shooter. president obama will award the medal of honor to three soldiers, army sergeant major benny adkins will be honored for actions during combat in vietnam. two other soldiers will be honored posthumously. donald sloat was a machine gunner in the vietnam war and alonzo cushing was a commanding officer in the civil war at the battle of gettysburg. two raging wildfires in california are forcing hundreds out of their homes and more than 100 homes have been evacuated in el dorado county. hundreds more people may need to leave. the wildfire started saturday but then quickly grew yesterday when it reached a canyon full of thick, dry brush. and a little further south, another wildfire has damaged or destroyed nearly two dozen homes and forced hundreds to evacuate. and aaa says drivers should see a drop in the prices at the pump because of the annual switch to less expensive winter blend gasoline. that switch to cheaper fuel is scheduled to happen later today. along with the less expensive blend, gasoline demand and
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prices generally fall this time of the year because people are driving less. and here's a look at prices in our area, in case you were wondering. the average in the five-county philadelphia area's about $3.49. you can expect to pay about $3.38 a gallon if you're in delaware. and as always, the lowest prices in our region are in south jersey. the average there is $3.22. speaking of driving, if you're getting ready to head out on the roads, let's get an update on what's happening. >> katy zachry is manning the first alert traffic center. good morning. >> good morning, vai and tracy. a few things are happening on our roadways to keep drivers on their toes, but first, let's start with this beautiful sunrise shot of the platt bridge and i-95. and it's even prettier because there are no issues on the platt bridge or 95, or really, any of our majors in pennsylvania, new jersey or delaware. a few accidents to tell you about in montgomery county starting things off in pennsburg. on pottstown avenue, route 663, between seminary street and oak road, there's an accident. you're going to want to stay away from that area. an alternate is 8th street or church road. and not far from that scene, in
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marlborough, upper ridge road is closed right near ziegler road. the alternate around that crash is herring road. also, taking a look at average speeds on some of the majors in pennsylvania, 60s on the pennsylvania turnpike and you're averaging in the 50s on 76 and 476. good morning. a cool start on this monday as you're heading out the door. expect temperatures to stay below average throughout the day, and really, throughout the rest of your workweek. fall-like temperatures will settle in for the next five or six days. right now we're at 53 degrees in philadelphia, 77% humidity. feeling like 53, our visibility is clear, light winds out of the north at 6 miles per hour. if you take a look at the pocono temperatures, only 39 degrees. so, we are technically still in the last week of summer. it does not feel like it. 43 in allentown, 45 in pottstown, 49 degrees in
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wilmington. low 50s in northeast philly. closer to the shore we're at 56 degrees. 49 in woodbine. and we're in the mid-40s for millville. satellite/radar shot shows quiet conditions right now. just a few clouds. we'll see plenty of sunshine today. but by tomorrow morning, that's going to change. take a look at all the clouds that move in from the west. we'll also see a chance of showers from the poconos through allentown, stretching into reading and a chance of light showers throughout parts of south jersey. your bus stop forecast heading into the rest of the morning, same thing. it's a cool start. you need a jacket. temperatures range between 49 and 55 degrees. our highs around the area today, 64 in the poconos, 66 in allentown, 65 in quakertown, mid-70s here. northeast philadelphia. 76 in mt. holly. closer to the shore, the low 70s. 76 in vineland. and around the philadelphia area, 75 degrees. i'll have your seven-day forecast coming up. >> all right, thanks. 6:18 right now. pulitzer prize-winning
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"philadelphia inquirer" cartoonist tony auth has died. auth, who lived in win wood, died yesterday after a battle with brain cancer. he was a mainstay on the editorial page for 40 years and resigned in 2012 to become a digital artist. here are just a few samples of the thousands of cartoons drawn by auth over the years. he started in 1971, won the pulitzer in '76. his sketches were known for stirring political and social debate. he leaves behind his wife and two children. tony auth was 72. exploring legal options. former baltimore raven ray rice is not giving up on returning to the nfl. and back on track, thrown off the rails by hurricane sandy, a welcome repair is finally ready for commuters.
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no! could have gotten me one. i did. grab a spicy smoked sausage breakfast sandwich. it's the smoked sausage you crave, now spicy. 6:22 this monday morning, and you're taking a live look at
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lincoln financial field, where the eagles will not be tonight. they're in indianapolis taking on the colts, hoping to go 2-0. brittney shipp will be along with her first alert forecast in just a moment. trains are once again running through a new york su y subway tunnel damaged by hurricane sandy. this is what the montague tunnel looked like after it was flooded during sandy. the tunnel connects brooklyn and lower manhattan. after more that n a year of repairs, the tunnel is finally opened. crews installed three miles of lighting, replaced substations, pumps and track switches. changes were made to better equip the tunnel for the next major storm. >> these include a circuit breaker room in the tunnel, which has been sealed with a heavy-duty water-proofing door of submarine quality. >> this is beneficial because we don't have to do all these alternative routes anymore. we can just get on the "r" train and go wherever it is we need to go. >> amazingly, the $250 million repair project finished a month ahead of schedule and $60
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million under budget. good morning. i'm katy zachry with a look at your traffic. i want to start you off with an update to a situation we were telling you about in upper merion. south gulph road had been closed much of the morning at church road, but the accident that was there has since cleared. there is an accident in montgomery county in pennsburg, pottstown avenue is closed between seminary street and oak road. an alternate around that, because it seems like it's going to be out there for quite some time, is 8th street or church road. this is a look right now at 422 at trooper road, where you can see a lot of volume is building. i'll take a look at your drive times in about five minutes, but first, let's take a live look at the comcast center. looking like a beautiful morning, meteorologist brittney shipp. >> that's right, a gorgeous start to the morning, but on the cool side. so grab your jacket as you're heading out to work or taking the kids to the bus stop. temperatures mainly ranging in the 40s and 50s. and today we are going to stay below average. our average for this time of
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year 79 degrees. we'll range between 73 and 76. cooler weather is on the way, but so is a warm-up. i'll have all the details coming up in my first alert seven-day forecast. i'm matt delucia live at temple university hospital, where doctors were trying to save a baby, a baby whose mother was an innocent shooting victim. well, this morning we've learned that baby has died. i'm working to gather new information. i'll have that coming up after the break. and i'm jesse gary live in spring garden, where officials here at the school district of philadelphia are watching what's going on in harris very eagerly, anticipating that a bill will come out of there that will lead to a $2-per-pack cigarette tax. we'll talk about that right after the break.
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and we are following breaking news this morning.
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the baby boy delivered by c-section to a mom shot in a drive-by in the frankford neighborhood has died. banking on these to pay for pennsylvania -- to pay for this. pennsylvania state lawmakers get ready to decide the fate of hundreds of philadelphia school employees with a vote on cigarettes. and it is time to pull out the jackets. cooler temperatures are here. as we take a live look there at the tony pyramid club in center city. and good morning. welcome to "nbc 10 news today." i'm vai sikahema. >> and i'm tracy davidson. it's 6:30. let's get right to meteorologist brittney shipp with her first alert forecast and the chilly temperatures this morning, brit. >> chilly temperatures. it's a cool start to the morning. grab your jacket before you head out the door. we are going to stay below average as we head into this monday morning. plenty of sunshine expected, but we are seeing a few clouds in the poconos, lake wallen paw pack. a closer look at temperatures, mainly in the 30s for the poconos, 46 in millville, 48 in
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atlantic city. and for the rest of the morning, we stay in the mid-50s at 8:00 a.m. by 10:00 a.m., 62 degrees and sunny. and by noon, by the time you're heading out for lunch, 67. today's highs ranging between 73 and 76 degrees. we actually cool down even more heading into the rest of your workweek. i'll let you know exactly when in my first alert seven-day forecast. but for now, let's check in with katy for a look at traffic. good morning. >> good morning. what a difference a few minutes makes. look at this, 76 near the conshohocken curve. look at all that volume. it's not accounting for any delays right now in drive times, which is good, but just a lot of volume building out there. taking a look at your drive times, we are seeing issues on 95 southbound between woodhaven and the vine. it's going to take you about 24 minutes and that number's just going to be creeping up throughout the morning. new accident into our system in montgomery county in ardmore. lancaster avenue right at greenfield avenue, you're going to want to avoid that, if you can. and also an accident we've been following throughout the morning, also in montgomery county. pottstown avenue, route 663
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between seminary street and oak road. you're really advised to avoid the area and to take the alternate of 8th street or church road around that. right now, a look at the 42 freeway. your speeds average in the 55 miles an hour as you head towards the area bridges in the center city, philadelphia. mass transit this morning is running on or close to schedule, and the bridges look good as well. >> all right, katy, thanks. we're following breaking news for you this morning. a drive-by shooting in the frankford neighborhood claims the life of a second victim now. the baby of the pregnant woman shot delivered by c-section died overnight. nbc 10's matt delucia is live at temple university hospital in north philadelphia. matt, bring us up to speed. >> reporter: tracy, we have been making calls this morning. and after spending several hours in critical condition, we have learned from officials here at temple university hospital that the baby boy died overnight. this has been very tough to handle for the frankford neighborhood near adams avenue and griscom street. that is where this shooting happened yesterday.
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26-year-old megan doto was hit in the face by a stray bullet. philadelphia police tell us it was just one of many shots fired down the street. right now police believe that doto was not the intended target. now, neighbors say she liked to sit outside and was getting ready to give birth. she was eight months pregnant. doctors made the decision to rescue the unborn child, who doto planned to name carmine. well, doto died not long after that, and this morning her neighbors want justice. >> walked over, i saw her lay down bleeding, and i turned back, because you know, i couldn't do nothing. >> i'm worried about them coming back and doing this again. i'm telling all my neighbors to try to keep their kids in the house, because i think it's going to happen again. >> reporter: this morning the manhunt continues. police are still searching for the gunman, also a vehicle. a light-colored car, believed to be an impala or a crown victoria. if you know anything, you're urged to call police right away. live at temple university hospital, i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news.
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and happening today in montgomery county, trial is set to begin for the man accused of murdering a 10-month-old baby and her grandmother. raghunandan yandamuri is defending himself in this case. he faces the death penalty if convicted of murder. now, police say in october 2012, yandamuri kidnapped the baby from a home in king of prussia, stabbing the girl's grandmother to death when she tried to protect the baby. police say he knew the family and had planned to hold the girl for ransom to get money to pay off gambling debts. the baby was found dead four days later. now to the school budget crisis in philadelphia. today lawmakers are back from summer break and are being pressed to pass a $2-per-pack cigarette tax in the city, all in effort to help fund the schools. nbc 10's jesse gary is live outside the headquarters. jesse, officials there say passage of this tax is critical. >> reporter: that's right, tracy. officials here tell me that the need is so great, the deficit so deep, that failure by the legislature really is not an option. let's go ahead, take a look at
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our video. schools reopened on time this year due to a combination of district cuts, money from governor tom corbett and a promise of more funding from a cigarette tax. but the district still faces a shortfall and needs the state lawmakers to pass a $2-per-pack tax in philadelphia. passage of the bill is weighed down with talks of amendments. district officials say failure in harrisburg would produce dire consequences here. >> we literally have no plan "b" as the superintendent has stated in the past. plan "b" is so disastrous. it's so difficult to implement, in order to open up schools and continue to run schools, that we don't see a plan "b." >> reporter: that's fernando gallard with the district. he says that schools could possibly close as early as christmas if they don't get money from this cigarette tax flowing into district headquarters by october 1st. so, there are hopes that the
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house will vote on the bill and then send it to the governor's desk for signage this week, if not next week. that's the latest live outside school district headquarters in spring garden. jesse gary, nbc 10 news. and happening today, former baltimore ravens running back ray rice is expected to file an appeal on his indefinite suspension from the nfl, and this comes nearly a week after new video surfaced of rice punching his then fiancee inside an elevator at the revel casino in atlantic city. now, sources say rice will argue that he told nfl commissioner roger goodell about the incident during a meeting with him in june. he was initially given a two-game suspension. and now, some are calling for commissioner goodell's job. they say he mishandled the rice situation. a women's rights group called ultraviolet threw two banners over stadiums yesterday reading "goodell must go." one was spotted over metlife stadium in new jersey before the giants game and another flew above the game in cleveland. the nfl is dealing with several
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controversies right now. vikings star running back adrian peterson has been arrested on child abuse charges, accused of hitting his 4-year-old son with a tree branch. the carolina panthers booted greg hardy from the home opener after being charged with assaulting his ex-girlfriend. and in san francisco, defensive end ray mcdonald is playing as he is under investigation for domestic abuse. it is 6:36. hurricane odile is pounding the baja, california, peninsula right now. experts say the winds could be devastating for mexico and the heavy rains could trigger flash flooding and mudslides. residents and tourists riding out the storm in shelters. meantime, a 4.7-magnitude earthquake was recorded off of baja, california, coast. no word of any injuries or damage from the quake. good morning. grab a jacket before you head out the door. you'll need your scarf as well, because temperatures are in the 40s and 50s this morning. it's a cool start. plenty of sunshine expected
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heading into the rest of today. and fall-like temperatures will remain for the rest of your workweek. right now we're only at 39 degrees in the poconos, 43 in allentown, 41 in quakertown, mid-40s in pottstown, 45 degrees in reading, 50s for philadelphia, 47 in cherry hill. temperatures in swedesboro at 46 degrees, 49 in trenton. closer to the shore, we're warmer with the water there. 56 in avalon, 57 degrees currently in lewis, and a mild start to the morning in dover at 52. the entire nation is dealing with a range of temperatures. so, we're still seeing warmer conditions near st. louis, but you can see where it's cooler in chicago, detroit, cincinnati and also another batch of cooler air moving into parts of billings, stretching down into denver. as we head into the rest of today, those cooler temperatures are going to remain for us. we'll stay well below the average of 80 degrees, staying in the mid-70s, even the low 70s pushing into the end of your workwe workweek. as we head into tomorrow
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morning, clouds will increase tuesday at 6:00 a.m. we are tracking the chance of showers, so this will affect your morning commute. not a whole lot of rainfall, but a few slick spots as you head out the door. mt. pocono, allentown, reading all seeing a chance of light rain closer to 6:00 a.m. tomorrow. today we stay perfectly dry, just a cool start to the morning. mostly sunny skies. temperatures range between 73 and 76. staying in the mid-70s today. tomorrow after we get rid of those early showers, we cool down even more with another cold front that's going to move through our region. 72 on wednesday and only 70 on friday. and so, when you grab your coat and then your keys and you're headed out the door, might be worth your while to stick around for one more second to get a check on traffic. >> katy zachry is checking the roads. what do you see? >> definitely. especially for this hit. a live look at 95. this is 95 southbound where you can see there is an accident. the right-hand lane. it's been moved off to the shoulder, but you can see there is an emergency vehicle here. there's a tow truck on scene. it is affecting things in the right lane. you're being asked to move to the middle or the left lane.
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so, you're going to want to just add some extra time to your commute this morning if you're on i-95 south. taking a look at drive times, you can see things are really slowing down on 95 south between woodhaven and the vine. 30 minutes it's going to take you. and things are slowing just in the last ten minutes on 76 and 422 as well. there is an accident we've been watching all morning in montgomery county in the pennsburg section. pottstown avenue, route 663 is closed between seminary street and oak road. an alternate around that is 8th street or church road. and taking a live look right now in the lehigh valley, route 22 at route 309. gosh, they don't have nearly the volume we have down in the philadelphia area, huh? things are looking great up there. 78 is looking good as well. your area bridges are clear and mass transit is running on or close to schedule this morning. well, she said that she's in iowa for the steak, but hillary clinton gave the crowd something else to chew on yesterday. what she said about her plans for 2016. and someone's happy moment
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discovered during america's darkest time. how a photo found at ground zero on 9/11 finally made its way back to its rightful owner.
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of contamination, borough officials are urging everyone to boil their tap water before drinking it as a precaution. the advisory will be lifted after two days of tests come back clean. another atlantic city casino will shut its doors this week. casino operations at trump plaza are scheduled to end just before 6:00 tomorrow morning, and the hotel will close later in the day. owners filed for bankruptcy four times, including last tuesday. about 1,000 workers will be out of a job. trump plaza will be the fourth atlantic city casino to close this year. for the third year in a row, the miss america crown has been captured by miss new york. take a look. >> it's a three-peat. miss new york! >> yeah, this morning, the new miss america's defending her performance in the talent portion of the competition. kira kazantsev won the honor at boardwalk hall in atlantic city last night after singing "happy" while playing the cups. of course, it was inspired by the movie "pitch perfect." this is the third year in a row miss new york took home the miss
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america crown. former first lady hillary clinton is fueling talk of her possible presidential run in 2016. clinton and her husband attended the annual harkin stirfry in iowa to pay tribute to retiring senator tom harkin. and clinton had fun toying with the crowd, telling them she had only a few things on her mind, including a possible presidential run. >> it is true, i am thinking about it. but for today, that is not why i'm here. i'm here for the steak. >> here for the steak. this is clinton's first visit to iowa since her 2008 presidential campaign. diplomats from around the world are working on a global strategy to combat isis. leaders from several different countries met in france this morning to focus on the situation in iraq and syria, where isis is from, is not on the official agenda, however. french aircraft will begin reconnaissance flights over iraq today.
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secretary of state john kerry says nearly 40 countries agree to contribute to the fight, including several arab nations. and it comes after isis released a video showing the murder of a british aid worker, david haines. he was kidnapped in syria last year. this latest killing was similar to the beheadings of american journalists james foley and steven sotloff. and now the militants are threatening the life of another british hostage. >> step by step, we must drive back, dismantle, and ultimately, destroy isil and what it stands for. >> iraq's president says the leaders must act quickly, because isis could occupy more territory. a u.s. citizen has been convicted of entering north korea illegally and trying to commit espionage. north korea's supreme court claims matthew miller tore up his visa in april and intended to experience prison life so he could investigate the human rights situation there. the california resident will now spend six years in a north korea prison. the court has denied him an appeal. in ferguson, missouri, now
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new cell phone video could back up claims that michael brown had his hands in the air when a police officer shot him to death last month. here's the video showing two landscapers working near the street where brown was shot. and you can hear a man's voice in the video saying, "he has his hands up." at that same moment, one of the workers also raises his hands in the air. the comment on the video matches what other witnesses said about brown surrendering before he was killed. the u.s. justice department is investigating the case. >> no justice! >> no peace! >> no justice! >> no peace! >> and over the weekend, family, friends and supporters of michael brown demanded the arrest of the police officer who shot and killed him. dozens of demonstrators marched outside the st. louis county jail. officer darren wilson was suspended from the force. he remains in hiding because of threats against his life. in chicago, prosecutors say a teenage rape suspect knew his victim was pregnant but assaulted her anyway. last week, a chicago university student was putting something in
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her car near campus when police say the 17-year-old suspect pulled a knife on her, pushed her into the car and drove her to an alley. at a court hearing yesterday, prosecutors said the victim told the attacker she was pregnant, showed him her stomach and begged him not to rape her. >> tell a person that i'm pregnant, i'm pregnant, and he don't -- excuse my language, didn't give a damn. yes, she went through torture. i mean, this is one of the worst tortures that a female can go through. >> at the time of the attack, the suspect was being electronically monitored, out on bail after being arrested in july on aggravated kidnapping charges. the trial is set to begin today for the texas doctor accused of trying to poison another doctor she was dating. investigators say she gave him coffee sweetened with a chemical found in antifreeze, but he survived. lawyers for the suspect claim that she is innocent. an actress known for her role in the movie "django unchained" says she was handcuffed and detained by
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police for showing affection to her boyfriend. danielle watt says a police officer walked up to her and asked her for i.d. she says she refused because she did nothing wrong. then she says the officer handcuffed her. a police spokesperson says they were responding to a call of indecent exposure and determined no crime was committed. the woman who found a wedding picture at ground zero after the 9/11 terrorist attacks will finally return it to its owner. the massachusetts woman posted it on social media. every september 11th hoping to find the people in it. and 13 years later, she has names to go with the faces. fred mahe worked in tower 2, and the picture was tacked to his desk on the 77th floor. he had just come off the subway when a plane hit the building. the two are expected to meet today in new york city. now your nbc 10 first alert weather with meteorologist brittney shipp. >> good morning. it looks like and it feels like summer's taking this last week off. temperatures are going to feel more fall-like as we head into
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the rest of your workweek. it's a cool start this morning with conditions ranging between the 40s and 50s. plenty of sunshine expected for us on this monday, but that changes heading into tomorrow morning. for philadelphia right now, plenty of sunshine, 53 degrees. humidity's at 77%. wind speeds out of the north at 6 miles per hour. throughout the rest of our region, it is a cold start to the morning. in the poconos only 39 degrees. 43 in allentown. mid-40s in pottstown. we're at 48 degrees in atlantic city and low 50s in dover. our radar shot shows not a whole lot happening at all. and even as we widen out the picture, there's nothing in our general area at all, but we are going to see a quick-moving system come in from the west. that is what's going to give us our increasing clouds and a chance of showers tomorrow right over your morning commute. 64 degrees our high today in the poconos, 66 in allentown, 65 will be the high in quakertown. much warmer in doylestown at 75 degrees. 76 in mt. holly. closer to the shore here, low 70s for atlantic city.
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cape may at 73 today. 74 in rehoboth beach and around the philadelphia area temperatures will mainly range in the mid-70s. our seven-day forecast shows that our temperatures will keep dropping. we'll see another cold front move in, and that's going to drop our temperatures into the low 70s on wednesday, and we stay that way even into friday. but take a look at next sunday. we will warm back up. all right, brittney, thanks. nine minutes before 7:00. if you're headed out the door, let's update you on the roads. >> here's katy zachry in the first alert traffic center. good morning. >> good morning. things are slowing down on 95. northbound and southbound right near cottman avenue, things are really slowing down because of the added volume there. and your drive times. 95 southbound from woodhaven to the vine, it's taking you more than a half hour. so, you're going to want to add some extra time. and taking a look throughout our region, speeds are really slowing. the 42 freeway, it's 40 miles an hour. before i came out here, it was around 30 miles an hour. so, things are doing better there as you head up to 295.
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and the area bridges. 14 miles per hour, 95 as you head into center city. 11 miles an hour right near 76 and route 1. if we take a live look at route 1 southbound approaching 76, you can see there is volume there as well. in ardmore, i want to update you. there was an accident on lancaster avenue at greenfield avenue. that has since cleared, so that's good for drivers in that area. we're also following an accident still on pottstown avenue. you're going to want to take an alternate, 8th street or church road, around that. i'm matt delucia live at temple university hospital. a baby becomes the second victim of a deadly shooting in the frankford section of the city. i'm working on the latest information. we'll have that coming up in just a couple of minutes. school is in full swing with the budget crisis still looming for philadelphia schools. nbc 10's jesse gary's live at the school district headquarters this morning. jesse? >> reporter: vai, we're here at the headquarters, where they are
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watching everything that's going on in harrisburg, hopeful that the house will pass this cigarette tax and then send it on to the governor. we'll talk about that coming up.
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they're hugging the tree. (man) that's why we got a subaru. or was it that tree? (man) introducing the all-new subaru outback. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. four minutes before 7:00. we've been following breaking news all morning long. a newborn baby delivered by emergency c-section after his mother was shot and killed has died. nbc 10's matt delucia's live at temple university hospital in north philadelphia. matt? >> reporter: yeah, tracy, officials here at the hospital confirm that baby boy died overnight. here's a look at the scene where that shooting took place, near the corner of adams avenue and griscom street. that's in the frankford section. there are candles and flowers where the 26-year-old, megan doto, was sitting.
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philadelphia police say she was an innocent victim, shot in the face as several bullets were fired down the street. doto was rushed here to temple hospital, and before she died, doctors delivered that baby one month preterm in the hopes of saving him, and now with that second victim, the manhunt continues this morning. for now, live at temple university hospital, i'm matt delucia, nbc 10 news. now the school budget crisis in philadelphia. a bill that would bail out the district is taking center stage in harrisburg, and it all revolves around a cigarette tax. nbc 10's jesse gary is following the budget crisis and the plan to fill that gap. jesse? >> reporter: vai, officials here at the district say they need the funds from the cigarette tax, the proposed cigarette tax, to start flowing into district headquarters by october 1st. let's take a look at our video. the senate has already passed the bill, sponsored by state senator anthony williams of the 8th district, and now it's in the house's hands. there's been some political infighting, and obviously, partisan politics. but if all of that can be put
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aside, williams tells me that the house could conceivably put the bill on its calendar and vote on it by this week. then it would go to the governor for passage. live in spring garden, jesse gary, nbc 10 news. and good morning. it's 6:58 on your monday morning. let's start out with a live look at 76, right near the conshohocken curve. you can see traffic is really building. volume is building in both directions, really adding to your drive times. 76 in both directions between the blue route and the vine about 23 minutes. that will likely go up in just the next few minutes. i've been watching it creep up throughout the morning. and taking a look at your drive times throughout the area, 95 southbound really tapping the brakes. more than a half hour from woodhaven to the vine. 76 and 422 are slow as well. there's an accident we've been following all morning. this is in pennsburg. pottstown avenue between seminary street and oak road. an alternate around that is 8th street or church road. it is still out there.
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so, i'd advise you to take the alternates. and finally, a live look at 295 at route 70, where we're seeing very little volume. new jersey drivers are good to go this morning. here's a live look as the sun is rising over cape may. it's going to be a gorgeous day down the shore. temperatures are going to stay below average as we head into the rest of today. a closer look at our range to expect on this monday. a cool start, temperatures in the 40s and 50s right now, but mostly sunny and ranging between 73 and 76 degrees. your seven-day forecast shows we are going to stay below average for the rest of your workweek. another cold front will drop our temperatures into the low 70s by friday. take a look at sunday. much warmer, back to the 80s for the second half of your weekend. vai? >> if we can get to the midday, it will be 75 degrees. it will be nice and warm. the "today" show's up next. we'll see you for local updates in about 25 minutes. and on right now, 10 at 7:00. the ten things you need to know
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